Hawkesbury to receive ONtour on September 15

To mark Ontario’s 150th anniversary and celebrating the province, the free ONtour concert series provides the soundtrack for the Summer of ’17, stopping in 24 communities across the province and in Hawkesbury on September 15, showcasing some of Ontario’s musical talent.

ONtour Hawkesbury at Confederation Park will feature Glass Tiger, David Wilcox, Andrew Hyatt and Stef Paquette. All of the ONtour concerts are free and open to all ages and there are no tickets required.

“Music is a fundamental, much-loved part of celebrating, and it brings people out to meet, have fun and be positive.  Our community loves every opportunity to come together and ONtour is going to be a great part of our 150th summer.” Said MPP Grant Crack, Glengarry-Prescott-Russell

From Peterborough to Blind River, from Ajax to Kenora, from Hamilton to Sudbury, audiences have the opportunity to attend a free concert featuring at least three acts. More than 50 Ontario artists are part of the ONtour Concert Series and approximately 80,000 people are expected to attend the free concerts across the province. Follow the ONtour schedule online and check often for updates at ontario.ca/ontour.


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